The Prime Minister of Montenegro, Zdravko Krivokapić, tomorrow, September 14, will travel to Tirana, where he will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. On the same day, Deputy Prime Minister Dritan Abazović will travel to Brussels, where he will meet with several EU officials.
The bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Krivokapić and Chancellor Merkel is scheduled for 16 pm, after a working lunch, which will be attended by the two leaders of the Western Balkan countries. The topic of the joint meeting with the leaders of the sixth Western Balkans will be regional cooperation and its improvement.
The Montenegrin government recalls that Prime Minister Krivokapić had an online meeting with the German Chancellor in February, in which he noted that cooperation with Germany is a good way and impetus to continue the reforms in Montenegrin society, which are necessary for accession to EU, but equally necessary for Montenegro itself. Merkel welcomed the Montenegrin Government’s commitment to regional co-operation and reiterated that Germany will remain a credible Montenegrin partner on the path to European integration.
As announced by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dritan Abazovic, he will pay an official visit to Belgium on September 14, where he will meet with Charles Michel, President of the European Council Miroslav Lajcak, EU Special Envoy for the Balkans and Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue, and with Sophie Wilmes, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Belgium.
It was also planned through bilateral meetings, as well as a meeting with the Montenegrin diaspora in Brussels, Abazović’s cabinet announced.